• Head Coach
    Taylor started rowing as a freshman at Phillips Academy. His high school career culminated with a win in the boys' first varsity 8 at the NEIRA championship in 2003. Following his graduation from Phillips Academy, Taylor rowed for four years as a lightweight at Princeton University where he rowed in the 1st varsity 8 for three years, earning bronze and silver medals at the Eastern Sprints and a bronze medal at the IRA National Championship. He was elected captain as a senior and was awarded the Gordon G. Sykes Medal for "showing the best sportsmanship and doing the most for rowing" upon his graduation in 2008. Still, not quite content to walk away from his competitive days as an oarsman, Taylor continued to train and earned a seat in the US Men's Lightweight 4, which raced at the World Championships in 2009. As a coach, Taylor worked with the boys' second varsity 8 during his two years teaching at Phillips Academy. Taylor left Phillips Academy in 2010 for a position at Tabor Academy, where he coached the boys' second varsity 8 before serving as the boy's head coach for four years. Taylor has spent his summers coaching at the Craftsbury Sculling Camps since 2004. He is excited to be joining a program on the rise at Northfield Mount Hermon and looks forward to helping the program continue to grow.
  • Assistant Coach
    Erin began coaching crew in 2001 at Bowdoin College in Maine. She is a level-3 certified US Rowing Association coach. Erin's crews have won medals at many regattas, including the Head of the Charles, New England Championships, and the Dad Vail Regatta. In 2003, Erin took a crew to the Women's Henley Regatta in England where they made it to the semi-final round. Erin is a graduate of NMH ('97) and started rowing during her ninth grade year. She went on to row for Bowdoin College and was captain of the team her senior year. While at Bowdoin she won the New England Championships, earned a third-place medal at the Dad Vail Regatta, and competed at the Henley Women's Regatta in England.
  • Assistant Coach
    Molly Lai coaches rowing and teaches English as part of the University of Pennsylvania Teaching Fellowship program at NMH. Molly headed the rowing program at Wyoming Seminary and coached for Thunderbird Rowing Club in Richmond, British Columbia. She holds coaching certifications from Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) and RCA Adaptive Learn to Row. Molly coxed for the University of British Columbia and competed across Canada, the U.S., and internationally.